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of history, and founding director of the martin luther king, jr., research and educational institute at stanford university. during 2009, he also served as the king distinguished professor at morehouse college and the first executive director of that institution's king collection. (applause) >> thank you. during his undergraduate years at ucla he participated in civil rights and anti-war protests and many of his subsequent writings reflects his experiences by stressing the importance of grassroots political activity in the african-american freedom struggle. his first book, end struggle snick and the black awakening of the 1960s remains a definitive history of student nonviolent coordinating committee, one of the most dynamic and innovative civil rights organizations of our time. he served as senior advisor for a 14-part award winning public television series on civil rights entitled "eyes on the prize." i know we all remember that. (applause) >> his recent, his recent publication, the book, martin's dream: my journey and the legacy of martin luther king, jr., a memoir about his trans
, kapow! >> martin luther king has been shot at the lorraine. >> report of a shooting. >> we have information that the shot came from a brick building directly west. >> the subject ran south on main street. >> the young white male, well dressed, possibly in a late model white mustang, went north on main street, 610. >>> i'm soledad o'brien at the lorraine motel in memphis, tennessee. 40 years ago, dr. martin luther king jr. was shot down and murdered right here on this balcony where i'm standing. the greatest civil rights leader in our nation's history, killed before his dreams could be realized. the alleged assassin, a small-time criminal on the run. yet to this day questions still linger and fester, and even some of dr. king's closest aides believe the full story has yet to be told. we will try. ♪ he was an american martyr. a man who broke through the barriers of segregation with the philosophy of nonviolence. only to be shot down by a hidden gunman before his time. >> we had to change the world. >> 40 years later i walked to the tomb of dr. martin luther king jr. with his lon
't always live up to the ideals set forth by martin luther king jr. but that does not mean that we stop trying. i'm michael shure. you're in "the war room." >> michael: 45 years ago today martin luther king jr. was assassinated. it was an event that had a profound affect on millions around the world and on the lives of two men in particular. michael cody was with dr. king in memphis in the days leading up to the assassination and knew him as few others have. jerry mitchell is an investigative reporter and the preemptive on civil rights cases. before we get to them and martin luther king jr.'s legacy let's get caught up on the political headlines today. in connecticut just 111 days after the slaughter of children at the sandy hook elementary school, the gun debate is over. with the stroke of the pen connecticut governor signed into law one of the most strictest gun laws on the books. it is the country's own system to track offenders and the ban now includes high capacity magazines. it's a start for parents who lost children in the shoot shooting. >> i can't tell you how much it means to
jonathan reuter -- jonathan rieder on a discussion about martin luther king fighting against jim crow. thank you for joining us on the conversation about the moral courage of dr. king coming up right now. >> there is a saying that dr. king had that said there is always the right time to do the right thing. i just try to live my life every day by doing the right thing. we know that we are only halfway to completely eliminate hunger, and we have a lot of work to do. walmart committed $2 billion to fighting hunger in the u.s. as we work together, we can stamp hunger out. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. take a on april -- tavis: on april 12, 50 years ago, martin luther king allowed himself to be arrested and put in the birmingham, alabama jail cell where he read a newspaper that quoted moderate what energies as saying that thewere extreme and untimely. at the time, he wrote an eloquent letter in response. sociology professor jonathan rieder has taken a closer look at that pivotal document in a new o'connell the "gospel of treating -- in a new
of the day. 45 years after his death, we have martin luther king, junior. his son joins us live. stay with us. if rz welcome to the new new york state. what's the "new" in the new new york? a new property tax cap... and the lowest middle class income tax rate in 60 years... and a billion dollars in tax breaks and incentives. new opportunities for business. over 250,000 new private sector jobs were created over the last two years. and 17 straight months of job growth. with the most private sector jobs ever. lower taxes, new incentives, new jobs, now that's news. to grow or start your business in the new new york visit thenewny.com by the armful? by the barrelful? the carful? how about...by the bowlful? campbell's soups give you nutrition, energy, and can help you keep a healthy weight. campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. her long day of pick ups and drop offs begins with arthritis pain... and a choice. take up to 6 tylenol in a day or just 2 aleve for all day relief. all aboard. ♪ . >>> have you joined the "politicsnation" conversation on facebook yet? and people share their thoughts
from new york. the reverend martin luther king jr. was shot to death by an assassin late today as he stood on a balcony in memphis, tennessee. >> fires are burning in many sections of the negro ghetto -- >> rioting erupted in more than 100 cities across the nation that night, and through the weekend. >> even as dusk approached, weary firemen ran from blaze to blaze, often braving snipers' bullets to put out the fire. at least one was wounded trying by a sniper. >> fire bombings, looting, sniper fire. >> smoke wreathed the capitol dome. and there was smoke around the washington monument. >> in the nation's capital, more than 7,000 people were arrested. federal troops occupied the city for more than a week. not long after dawn, the day after the murder, james earl ray parked his white mustang in a low-income housing project in atlanta and headed for the bus station. within 48 hours of king's death, ray had reached toronto, canada. he rented a room in an immigrant area near downtown. james earl ray wrote -- >> the woman couldn't speak hardly any english. the man not much better. i never
>>>this week on moyers & company -- >> there are literally two americas. >> martin luther king and the dream of a fair and just america. >> freedom from fear is a necessary freedom to get the civil rights, to get the jobs, to get work against poverty even though the odds may be against you. >> if you can deal with race and the fundamental denial of common humanity through race, then it opens up possibilities. >> and -- >> the idea of a more perfect union. i love that because it suggests, rightfully so, that it's not perfect now. >> announcer: funding is provided by -- carnegie corporation of new york, celebrating 100 years of philanthropy, and committed to doing real and permanent good in the world. the kohlberg foundation. independent production fund, with support from the partridge foundation, a john and polly guth charitable fund. the clements foundation. park foundation, dedicated to heightening public awareness of critical issues. the herb alpert foundation, supporting organizations whose mission is to promote compassion and creativity in our society. the bernard and audre
that awful day in memphis. >>> 45 years ago tonight the reverend dr. martin luther king, jr., was assassinated. on a motel balcony in memphis. a previously unpublished life magazine photo shows his open briefcase as he left it in his motel room that day. so many people were forever changed by that visit to memphis. he was there, after all, to support striking sanitation workers. tonight ann curry has the story of two who were there. >> reporter: memphis, the spring of 1968. 1300 sanitation workers on strike against unsafe working conditions. the reverend martin luther king, jr., standing with them. >> memphis has gotten by for a long time with numerous injustices where black people are concerned. >> reporter: king's own advisers urged him to skip memphis, fearing violence. and there was. alvin turner, now 79, was there. >> he took that billy club, and he popped me right there. >> reporter: cleo smith, 70, was too. >> people getting beaten, fire extinguishers turned on them. >> reporter: turner says the job paid just 70 cents an hour, but that wasn't the worst of it. >> i had
is on a list, but not that list. >> our tribute to martin luther king on the tort 5th anniversary of -- on the 45th anniversary of his death. >> i don't know what will happen now. but it doesn't matter now. i have been to the mountain top. like anybody i would like to live a long life. longevity has its place. but i'm not concerned about that now. i've seen the promise land. i may not get there with you, but i want you to know tonight that we as a people will get to the promise land. >> that was the great dr. martin luther king on the eve of his assassination 45 years ago today. he was killed on april tourth, 1968 on a motel balcony in memphis, tennessee. he knew even the night before he died he wasn't going to live a long life on this earth. what he did not know the mark he would leave on the world forever . eric, let me start with you. do you think dr. king would think blacks in america have reached the promise land today? >> well, i would hope that he would think that racism in america has at least declined dramatically from the days -- i remember a speech -- i was listening to
cross and the lynching tree." before we talk, let's listen to these words from martin luther king, jr., spoken at stanford university just a year before his assassination. it's as if he were saying them today. >> there are literally two americas. one america is beautiful for situation. and in a sense this america is overflowing with the milk of prosperity and the honey of opportunity. this america is the habitat of millions of people who have food and material necessities for their bodies, and culture and education for their minds, and freedom and human dignity for their spirits. but tragically and unfortunately, there is another america. this other america has a daily ugliness about it that constantly transforms the buoyancy of hope into the fatigue of despair. in this america millions of work-starved men walk the streets daily in search for jobs that do not exist. in this america millions of people find themselves living in rat-infested, vermin-filled slums. in this america people are poor by the millions. they find themselves perishing on a lonely island of poverty in the midst of
months and it has the gop shaking in their boots. >>> and 45 years ago tonight, dr. martin luther king gave the final speech of his life, the mountaintop speech. why it still inspires us today. stay with us. >>> have you joined the "politicsnation" conversation on facebook yet? we hope you will. everybody was talking about president obama's decision to give back 5% of his pay to stand in solidarity with federal workers facing furloughs because of automatic budget cuts. terry says, "it's a gesture that shows he cares about people." craig says, "i'd rather have no furloughs." i agree. vincent says, "congress should follow his lead." that's not a bad idea. >>> coming up, more on selling the president's agenda. but first, we want you to join the "politicsnation" conversation. please head over to facebook and "like" us to join our community and get all of the latest news even after the show ends. >>> president obama's taking the fight for his agenda to the people. three months into his new term, he knows how hard it is to get things done z we knew from the beginning that change wouldn't be
by sequestration. how about cancer clinics turning people away? >>> it was 45 years ago today martin luther king jr. was assassinated down in memphis. andrew young and dr. king's grandson dr. martin luther king iii join us to talk about voting rights and gun violence. >>> let me finish with this. nine out of ten americans support background checks. why doesn't congress? and this is "hardball." the place for politics. as your life changes, fidelity is there for your personal economy, helping you readjust along the way, refocus as careers change and kids head off to college, and revisit your investments as retirement gets closer. wherever you are today, fidelity's guidance can help you fine-tune your personal economy. start today with a free one-on-one review of your retirement plan. >>> let me finish with this. nine out of ten americans the hollywood acting career and close relationship with patty and ron and general opposition to government intrusion in people's private lives. we'll be right back. book ahead and save up to 20 percent at doubletree.com, so you can sit back, relax and enjoy. doubletr
, from 1996. i may not get there with you, the true martin luther king, jr. in the year 2000. debating race in 2007. and april 4th, 1968, martin luther king's death and how it changed america in 2008. dyson's pioneering scholarship has had a profound effect on america ideas. dr. dyson is presently professor of sociology at georgetown university and cited as one of the 150 most powerful african-americans by "ebony" magazine. dr. dyson has been called the ideal public intellectual of our time by writer naomi wolf and, a street fighter in suit and tie by autor -- author nathan mccaul. pretty good names i should say. you may no, ma'am him by sight from his many guest appearances on msnbc as i do. it has been my pleasure to work with both brigitte and paul farber over the last several years to bring leonard freed's photographs into the library's collections. paul farber was professor dyson's student at the university of pennsylvania and later his research assistant. currently farber is a lecturer in urban studies at the university of pennsylvania and ph.d candidate having just completed his
the impact of the storm moving across >> it was 45 years ago today that martin luther king was killed in memphis, tennessee. a member of his inner circumstance cold shared memories of the icon with abc7 news, the now 82-year-old insider with dr. king was one who drafted part of the speech delivered in washington, dc 5,years ago but the "i have a dream" portion was not scripted. >> he was speaking about mahalia who performed earlier and she shouts to him as he is at the lectern, "tell him about the dream, martin, tell him about the dream." >> that part was improvised. a young ted kennedy was in the crowd and he later confirmed the story in his book "true compass." >> new this morning the debate over how much it would cost to rename sfo has landed back where it started. officials said it would cost $4 million to exchange the airport and highway signs if the facility was named after supervisor harvey milk assassinated after becoming san francisco's first openly gay official. caltran claimed they could do the work for 350,000 to $720,000 but a spokesman says the figure is $4.1 million. >>
: my journey and the legacy of martin luther king, jr. we have a terrific program planned for you today. of course, the heart of the program will be our speaker, will be the remarks of our keynote speaker dr. claiborne parson. you have a program in front of you -- with you, and we will be following the program. we do have a number of members of the city's official family here with us today. the list of which i don't have and the number of community dignitaries. i see that we do have supervisor scott wiener, supervisor president of the board of supervisors david chiu, president cisneros, barbara garcia is with us. naomi is going to be part of the program. naomi kelly is with us, kim brandon from the port commission is with us, and a number of others. i'll be getting a list, i'll be able to acknowledge others. i see police chief [speaker not understood] is with us. and as we get other names, we will announce those. so, let's give them all a round of applause, please. (applause) >> as i indicated, you have the program before you. we did one additional note on the program, is that the city
be more than just luster. >> a bay area man helped inspire dr. martin luther king's i have a dream speech. stay with us. >>> san francisco has some of the whistle blowers. >> city will have to pay 750,000s skdz clear the whistle blower's name in public. it's a story abc 7 news i team exposed three years ago. >> dr. ker filed because he was laid off after blowing the whistle at misspending at the hospital. the person described what a great loss he had been to laguna honda station. a highly unusual move at the health commission meeting. to setsel a wrongful termination lawsuit the head of laguna honda had to read the wording on a plaque honoring a whistle blower. >> the plaque will say in recognition of derek kerr for contributions in laguna honda 1989 to 2010. >> it was forced out of her. it doesn't come from her heart. the fact she had to do it is vind indication they didn't get away with smearing and trying to bury me. >> in an i team investigation three years ago, dr. kerr blew the whistle on at bus of the gift fund meant for patients. it's supposed to pay for comforts, a cold soda from
would expect that would effect the trees between the areas of martin luther king and your well site so i would hope that any kind of vegetation would be take care of. and one last comment to the gentleman the only person who testified i can submit written comment if you want to expand on our ideas. you don't have to just do it here you can write a letter to the puc >> i find the entire story about the board of supervisors extremely fascinating. i understand the well, are highly visible and this is a very important part when you have highly visible facilities. the second part is when you provided recycled water would do we do about cross connections. those questions i want answered >> i have another question that can come into comments and responses. as reported in your d eir. we know that the figure is 2 hundred and 65 million gallons out of that 1 hundred and tia retail the city and county of 70 country club but it's basically, the city of san francisco. this is important because we make revenue out p of it. i mean, i think that the biggest probably increase in demand or a bigger incr
lucha va en distintos ámbitos ponen de ejemplo a gandhi y martin luther king. >> se pone la esperanza en la oración y meditación también pues dicen que pueden cambiar la forma de pensar de los legisladores que están en contra de una reforma migratoria integral. >> gandhi y king lograron mover montañas y sin gritos. >> el señor villegas vino con su familia a rezar y a dar un mensaje positivo que no tiene etiquetas. >> no tiene que ver con un religión en particular y esto te conecta con el que sea tu dios. ese es el propósito que los cientos de inmigrantes sientan que pertenecen. >> estas vigilias son previas a la marcha del 10 de abril donde esperan que se escuche su voz. >> desde atlanta georgia univision. >> de méxico a estados unidos se detuvo a inmigrantes que eran llevados a estados unidos en condiciones deplorables. >> un sospechoso fue atado a un árbol y quemado en un brazo por supuestamente haber robado pero el dice que no es así todo esto resultado de personas que se toman el poder en sus manos. >> y el papa francisco hoy tomo el puesto de obispo de roma. la presidenta
away? >>> it was 45 years ago today martin luther king jr. was assassinated down in memphis. andrew young and dr. king's grandson dr. martin luther king join us to talk about voting rights and gun violence. >>> let me finish with this. nine out of ten americans support background checks. why doesn't congress? and this is "hardball." the place for politics. sorry. sore knee. blast of cold feels nice. why don't you use bengay zero degrees? it's the one you store in the freezer. same medicated pain reliever used by physical therapists. that's chilly! [ male announcer ] bengay zero degrees. freeze and move on. >>> would ronald reagan support marriage equality? his daughter thinks so. patti davis says reagan likely would have supported marriage for gay couples. while she never discussed it with her dad, she says he probably would have bucked his party on the issue for three reasons. hollywood acting career. close friendship with a lesbian couple who cared for pat tirks, and ron. and government intrusion into people's private lives. textile production in spain, and the use of medical tech
there with you, the true martin luther king, jr. in the year 2000, debating race in 2007, and april th, 1968 martin luther king's death and how it changed america in 2008. dyson's pioneering citizenship has had a profound effect on america ideas. dr. dieson is presently professor of sociology at georgetown university and cited as 150 most powerful african-americans by ebony magazine. dr. i didson has been called the ideal public intellectual of our time and a street fighter in suit and tie by author nathan mccall. pretty good names, i should say. you may know him by site from the many guest appearances on msnbc as i do. it has been my pleasure to work with both brigitte and paul over the last several years to bring leonard's photographs in to the library's collections. paul was professor dyson's student at the university of pennsylvania, and later his research assistant. currently he is a lecturer in urban study at the university of pennsylvania, and a ph.d. candidate having just completed his dissertation in american culture at the university of michigan. his work on culture has appeared in
. >> michael: you know, it's a trite question and one that we ask people of martin luther king jr.'s day. what would martin luther king jr. think when he came back. the people we ask and the people we talk to on television and newspapers, they weren't people who knew him. you knew medgar evers. he were alive today. if he came back and saw mississippi in 2013, what do you think he would say myrlie. >> good, but there's still so much more to do. he wanted to clean up--if i can use that phrase--the state in which he was born, and that he loved. surely we have broken so many barriers, and medgar's work and his life as well as his death helped move mississippi forward. but if we look at not only mississippi but other parts of this country particularly in the south with this last election the strategies and techniques have changed to keep people from registering and voting but the nuances of all of those things that some people feel should not exist are still there. so it's about being aware. it's about developing programs. it's about for youth in particular to help educate them. there's too much le
and the person giving the service started mentioning martin luther king. at that time the board member says tamerlan tsarnaev, the older brother, did disrupt the service. he stood up and started shouting saying that martin luther king was not a muslim. he called the person giving the service a hypocrite. people then spoke to him and calmed him down according to this board member and that he quieted down after that. the board member tells us that tamerlan tsarnaev did come back to the mosque after that. he was often there for dawn prayers between 5:00 and 5:15 a.m. usually on fridays. when i asked about the younger brother, dzhokhar tsarnaev coming to the mosque, this board member says yes, he did, usually not alone. always with his brother. anderson. >> did they shed any light on, you know, questions about radicalization about where he may have -- or when he may have become more radicalized? >> you know, we didn't get quite that far. i'm meeting with some people at the mosque later today and we hope to drill down on that. the uncle has said that there was some other person that may have swa
. >> thank you, chris. >>> 45 years ago today, dr. martin luther king jr. was assassinated standing on a balcony in tennessee. new video tapes have been released that "dateline" nbc helped restore. james earl ray, the man who killed king. they up collude him being read his rights on a plane after going on the run. >> rights, one, you have the right to remain silent. anything you say can be used against you in a court of law. three, you have the right to a lawyer. talk to your lawyer. any questions you have during question i questioning. >>> time for "your business" entrepreneurs of the week. the founders of tongel imagined how commercials could be made. they could crowd source ideas and get input. today, ford, mcdonalds and nasa are using it. for more, watch "your business" on sunday mornings on msnbc. so if you have a flat tire, dead battery, need a tow or lock your keys in the car, geico's emergency roadside assistance is there 24/7. oh dear, i got a flat tire. hmmm. uh... yeah, can you find a take where it's a bit more dramatic on that last line, yeah? yeah i got it right here. s
the sainted martin luther king on the radio during the montgomery bus boycott. he became a leader and a national sedan and participated on the freedom ride where he races i've often simply sitting in the fairway patrons. at the age of 23, he was recognized as one of the big six leaders of the civil rights movement. he was one of the architects of the march on washington and the keynote speaker on 1965 across the edmund pettis branch and some alabama. they intended to march from selma to montgomery to demonstrate the need for voting rights in alabama. they're attacked by state troopers and a brutal confrontation known as bloody sunday. the congressman started an annual congressional pilgrimage with the faith and politics institute in washington and ever since then has led a delegation of bipartisan members of congress, civil rights leaders, clergy compensations, that to me most importantly, students of all ages to pass on the memory and experience is that those days to the next generation of marchers. i've now had the privilege of marching across that bridge twice the congressman l
, crushed in a sanitation truck compactor. supporting that strike is what martin luther king jr. was doing in memphis in 1968 when he was assassinated 45 years ago today, he was there to support those sanitation workers in their fight and struggle. >> we are saying we are determined to be men, we are determined to be people. we are saying -- we are saying that we are god's children. and we are god's children we don't have to live like we are forced to live. >> that strike ended not long after dr. king assassinated. the city agreed to raise wages and recognize the sanitation workers union. today full time sanitation workers are mostly unionized and make an average salary around $18 an hour. they are still struggling with fair pay and benefits with two double digit hikes to their health care premiums. the struggle has certainly not ended. in 45 years, will we look back at today at this unlikely strike in new york city as the starting point of a struggle that will not end but that could lead to a more decent wage and dignity of work for these workers and millions of other people who serve and
. [farting sounds] >> i don't think martin luther king was well-known for his fart jokes. >> stephanie: i don't think so. congratulations to grant andvillian who are now engaged. he got down on one knee flink with the ring. we raised your glass and everybody lost their [ bleep ] collectively. it was a collective losing of the [ bleep ] and it was beautiful. thank you, everybody. >> then everybody went out for italian beef. >> stephanie: we went out for some sass-age. no we did not. >> you definitely didn't. [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: i don't know what you're referring to. >> have willies on the brain. >> stephanie: a lot of pen penis-related stories. i'm going to cover it. i will be all over it. >> wow really? >> just like katie couric would. >> hmm? >> stephanie: not exactly from what i'm told. i don't know what i meant by that. [ scooby-doo's "huh?" ] >> is this something that's going around in your circles? >> stephanie: no. you know what? don't talk to me anymore. so i'm look by the way at the "chicago tribune" from saturday and this is like sometimes you can't write this stuff. the g.o.p.
months ago tamerlan got very upset when his mom compared martin luther king, jr. to the prophet muhammad. >> it happened on the 18th of january. it was close to martin luther king's day. i believe it was also close to the occasion of the birthday of the prophet muhammad, according to the islamic calendar. so, you know, the theme of the sermon was about great men like dr. martin luther king, like the prophet and what drove them, their sense of mission. and what we can learn from their lives and how we can be inspired by those examples. so when the person that was giving the sermon started talking about dr. martin luther king, this man got up and objected. raised his voice, which is against the etiquette of the sermon. and people objected to it. some people might have even asked him to leave, you know, the mosque if he didn't like what he was hearing. you know, after he -- we're not sure if he left, but after the incident people sat down with him and explained to him, and he seemed to understand. and nothing happened after that. he did, you know, come to the mosque, you know, on friday. no
it to the governor who already presented to sign it. >>> somebody ended the life of dr. martin luther king, jr. a rally is being held in his honor and we will have the special name it is given. >>> a man who land his car in wal-mart and the attacked customers are due back in court this afternoon. he will be charged with several sell any counts before that happened. four people were hurt that day and he has had sever others in october in a case where he threw a chair through a pub while high on cocaine. >>> zuckerberg promises an announcement and many are saying it is a facebook phone. leaked 9:00 to 5:00 say it is a 9:00 to 5:00 facebook phone. it adds they would allow them to chick in with their facebook friends and it shows you can go check in with your friends. >> i don't like everything being so tapped into facebook and my phone. i don't like all of that. >> the survey shows 82% of americans would not be interested in a facebook phone but they would bees pebblely in europe. >>> the schools will send the rally off which will include remarks from the a head coach. this is the first time
. the south park pump would be north of martin luther king drive that is used for construction of log and construction debris. it would allow the replacement of the existing building. we would utilize the irrigation back up irrigation part to the park.
to the park. the south park pump would be north of martin luther king drive that is used for construction of log and construction debris. it would allow the replacement of the existing building. we would utilize the irrigation back up irrigation part to the park. in phase two the primary sites would be grounded water as it is now. the north lake well facility would be located in the northwestern of golden gate park near 42 avenue. one important addition is the north lake facility would serve as a emergency drinking source and would have designed component to it to claachieve t. the project would normally operate like wells will pump detail and the average production will be up to 4 million gallon ones and 3 million gallons a day. we can shift the pumping around as needed to avoid adverse effects of pump. all 6 wells can products millions of gallons up to many days. they're truly emergency water emergency supply facilities and it would be furnished by a portable generate. just to wrap up the presentation i'd like to highlight the project operations. our project objectives that to provide a
luther king, jr. a rally is being held in his honor and we will have the special name it is given. >>> a man who land his car in wal-mart and the attacked customers are due back in court this afternoon. he will be charged with several sell any counts before that happened. four people were hurt that day and he has had sever others in october in a case where he threw a chair through a pub while high on cocaine. >>> zuckerberg promises an announcement and many are saying it is a facebook phone. leaked 9:00 to 5:00 say it is a 9:00 to 5:00 facebook phone. it adds they would allow them to chick in with their facebook friends and it shows you can go check in with your friends. >> i don't like everything being so tapped into facebook and my phone. i don't like all of that. >> the survey shows 82% of americans would not be interested in a facebook phone but they would bees pebblely in europe. >>> the schools will send the rally off which will include remarks from the a head coach. this is the first time call has responded. >>> sal is definitely co
deliberate negligence. >>> they are holding a rally in honor of dr. martin luther king, jr. it is 45 years ago today dr. martin luther king, jr. was assassinated in memphis tennessee. it is being called protecting the dream. king was a leader before being shot and killed and to this day, he is the youngest person to win a nobel peace prize. >>> he was one of the people killed in the oikos university massacre. people of the tibetan association prayed as they remembered 33-year-old female one of the 7 people killed in the oikos university nursing school. >> our family is still emotional and we are grateful we have a good and strong community and everybody is supporting the family. >> she moved to the bay area from india and was studying to become a nurse. she was never interested in making a lot of money but simply wanted to give back to her community. >>> according to education west, they are preparing students for college those who have relatively small percentage scored a "b" overall and the next group earned a "c" plus. others scored lowest overall with a "d" minus. >>> the rally will be
. but palestinians claim deliberate negligence. >>> they are holding a rally in honor of dr. martin luther king, jr. it is 45 years ago today dr. martin luther king, jr. was assassinated in memphis tennessee. it is being called protecting the dream. king was a leader before being shot and killed and to this day, he is the youngest person to win a nobel peace prize. >>> he was one of the people killed in the oikos university massacre. people of the tibetan association prayed as they remembered 33-year-old female one of the 7 people killed in the oikos university nursing school. >> our family is still emotional and we are grateful we have a good and strong community and everybody is supporting the family. >> she moved to the bay area from india and was studying to become a nurse. she was never interested in making a lot of money but simply wanted to give back to her community. >>> according to education west, they are preparing students for college those who have relatively small percentage scored a "b" overall and the next group earned a "c" plus. others sco
of the beginning. we'll revisit martin luther king's birmingham campaign 50 years later. a store i have next and one you'll only find here in "the war room." ♪ >> michael: your eyes are not deceiving you, and this is not historic footage from 1963. this is the kluwe -- kkk held a rally to protest the changing of three confederate parks. the march incident that lead to ugly and violent confrontations brought nationwide at attention to disenfranchised southern blacks. and that lead to local governments finally change their jim crow laws. our next guest, diane mcwhorter's new book "carry me home". her 2001 historical book won depulitzer prize. she joins us from cambridge massachusetts tonight. diane welcome inside "the war room." >> thank you so much, michael. >> michael: tell me something, you were about the same age as the four little girls -- they weren't all the same age -- but in that ballpark who died in the church bombings. how did that affect you at the time? >> one of the reasons i was moved to write my book is i never hear about the church bombings, and then i
forward for the victims... i in san jose, tiffani tofani, update news." the words of dr martin luther king jr come to s-j-s-u for a momentous anniversary. the book is closing on a 55 year old s-j-s-u landmark. what does it mean to students? but first we ask students what they are going to do with their tax refunds. ">>>with my tax refund i am going to pay off my credit card. i am going to go see my boyfriend in dc and i'm probably going to do a little bit of shopping. so with my refund check i'm going to use it to pay off my books that i used with my credit card. i don't work so i don't get a tax refund. if i had one i would probably use it for lunch. i'm just planning to save it up for next semester because i'm always short on money. so i'm just going to use that towards either pay tuition or housing. i currently don't work right now but if i were to get tax return money i would spend it on clothes and more food around campus. no, i didn't get one but i also didn't have to pay anything but i kind of was doing it with my dad. so i think he claimed me and i fell like he said that since he i
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